OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Credit Union League is mighty happy so many CU executives enjoy golf since the sport is the biggest money-producer for the Children's Miracle Network. Indeed, the Boomer Sooner Chapter said it brought in a record $35,000 during its annual tournament here with funds going to CMN. "Even in the rain and cold we had 215 golfers in both morning and afternoon t-times and we expect the final numbers to reach $38,000-$40,000," forecast Diane Mach, chapter chairman and vice of operations at Weokie CU. Last year the tournament drew about $33,000. "We did have great support from our vendors including Southwest Corporate and CUNA Mutual and others paying for green fees," said Mach. Among golfers were local celebrities plus members of a local medical group. The event now in its eighth year was held at the Coffee Creek Country Club in Edmund.

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